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Washburn Electric Assembly

Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by Dirty Steve, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. tabdog

    tabdog Tele-Meister

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    Here's my WI64DL with a Gibson 490R neck pickup
    and Seymour Duncan SH-1B '59 in the bridge. Both
    are single conductor. I also rewired it like an SG.. It
    sounds awesome,

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  2. gitlvr

    gitlvr Friend of Leo's

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    Used to have one of these.

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    Mine looked exactly like this one. I put a SD '59 in the bridge, and lil '59 in mid and neck. Great guitar.
     
  3. blotchard

    blotchard Tele-Meister

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    I have a '90s Grover Jackson era SuperStrat...

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    X50, I added a set of Pearly Gates...

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  4. mojo

    mojo TDPRI Member

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    No pics, but I have assembled a bit of a Washburn collection and think they're great guitars. I have two Laredos, an MG-120, and an MG-200 Special. I need to adjust the neck a bit more on the 120, and planning to probably replace pickups on the 200 sometime.
     
  5. EdMan57

    EdMan57 Tele-Meister

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    Since my original 12/09 post,I have added a sweet USA WMSTD Maverick Standard [quilted amber maple top and zebra Seymour Duncan Custom 5/'59 combo] and a cool sunburst solid top mandolin.

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  6. Rockin Gramps

    Rockin Gramps TDPRI Member

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    Here's me with the "NUGE" on his tour bus signing my WI-45FLAG USA guitar. I luv Uncle Ted he still rips it up and puts on a great show

    A great guitar all the more sweeter now.

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  7. EuroBailey

    EuroBailey Tele-Holic

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    My first guitar. A Washburn "nuno bettencourt" model. Around 1996 from memory!
     

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  8. androo

    androo Tele-Holic

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    I'm in!

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    • 1994 Custom Shop Washburn Laredo LT92
    • Glendale double cut bridge and brass saddles
     
  9. ce24

    ce24 Poster Extraordinaire

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    Here's my nuno1 converted to a single pup and it's a great sounding guitar IMG_20180108_164846-756x1008.jpg
     
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  10. vangoghsear

    vangoghsear Tele-Meister

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    I've got a WI67 Quilted Pro. It's my go to backup guitar. It's small and lightweight, sounds good, holds tune and tunes easily, and is dependable; all great characteristics of a backup guitar. For some reason it doesn't take a capo as well as my primary guitar, a Gibson LP and I use a capo sometimes (my church band plays some tough keys for arthritic hands), so it's relegated to backup. It is also my grab and play office guitar and normally sits on a stand behind my desk. Very well made guitar.
     
  11. cuscus

    cuscus Tele-Meister Gold Supporter

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    My Washburn P 2, currently my No1 gigging guitar. Swapped out the Seymour Duncan Humbuckers for Porter Pickups humbucker sized P .90's with cream covers, added cream surrounds, switch cover & a cream pickguard. It sounds like a telecaster on acid & I think it looks pretty cool as well.
     

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  12. bettyseldest

    bettyseldest Friend of Leo's

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  13. RiverDog

    RiverDog Tele-Afflicted

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    Not the greatest pic but here's my 81 or 82 Washburn T-Bird Deluxe SB-8 with OHSC. This one is a very rare set neck guitar where most had bolt-on necks. I picked it up pretty cheap and planned to flip it but once I played it I couldn't let it go.

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